GET EVEN Blog Tour: ’10 Random Things’ Guest Post + Giveaway


I am so totally stoked to be a part of Gretchen McNeil’s GET EVEN Blog Tour hosted by Me, My Shelf and I. GET EVEN is my new favorite book by the author and I’m already DYING to get my hands on the next book in this series.

I was nervous for about half a second that the multiple character POVs would be confusing or would make me not able to connect with this story. But the author did an absolutely amazing job of transitioning between them seamlessly and make me want to get to know, and read more about, each one of them.

This was a book that I could not put down. It was engaging, it made me question everyone, it made me want to know who was responsible for what happened and what the big mystery was and how it tied in to what was happening to Bree, Kitty, Olivia, and Margot.

I did not have a clue – try as I might – about the who and the why of it all. And that’s pretty rare. It made me want to read that much faster. I think I devoured all almost-400 pages of the ARC in half the time it might otherwise have taken me.

GET EVEN is a total must read book. It gets a five-star rating from me. And I will be giving it a gushing review next week because I seriously loved it.

For now, though, if you want to know a little bit more about GET EVEN, the description is below, and there are – and will be – a few (hopefully) spoiler-free reviews on this tour, which you can follow by clicking the banner above, or the links at the bottom of this post, which I’ll be updating with direct links to all the stops.

And if you want a chance to win one of three seriously amazing prizes, just follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter form a bit further down.

And now, without any more rambling and such, I am thrilled to be able to share a super fun guest post by the author in which she reveals 10 Random Things about herself, including just how much she looooooved Titanic – the film not the sunken ship.


About Get Even


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Series: Don’t Get Mad #1
Release Date: September 16th 2014
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Pages: 400
Formats: Paperback, audio, eBook


The Breakfast Club meets Pretty Little Liars in Gretchen McNeil’s witty and suspenseful novel about four disparate girls who join forces to take revenge on high school bullies and create dangerous enemies for themselves in the process.

Bree, Olivia, Kitty, and Margot have nothing in common—at least that’s what they’d like the students and administrators of their elite private school to think. The girls have different goals, different friends, and different lives, but they share one very big secret: They’re all members of Don’t Get Mad, a secret society that anonymously takes revenge on the school’s bullies, mean girls, and tyrannical teachers.

When their latest target ends up dead with a blood-soaked “DGM” card in his hands, the girls realize that they’re not as anonymous as they thought—and that someone now wants revenge on them. Soon the clues are piling up, the police are closing in . . . and everyone has something to lose.


About Gretchen McNeil


Author of YA horror novels POSSESS, TEN, and 3:59, as well as the new mystery/suspense series Don’t Get Mad, beginning in 2014 with GET EVEN and continuing in 2015 with GET DIRTY, all with Balzer + Bray for HarperCollins. Gretchen also contributed an essay to the Dear Teen Meanthology from Zest Books.

Gretchen is a former coloratura soprano, the voice of Mary on G4’s Code Monkeys and she sings with the LA-based circus troupe Cirque Berzerk. Gretchen blogs with The Enchanted Inkpot and was a founding member of the vlog group the YARebels. She is repped by Ginger Clark of Curtis Brown, Ltd.


Guest Post

10 Random Things About Gretchen McNeil


I don’t like avocados but love guacamole.


My favorite color is red.


Favorite sound: champagne cork popping. Least favorite sound: leafblower.


I hate Titanic with the white hot passion of a thousand burning suns.


There is a collection of animal skulls in a curio cabinet in my living room.


I refuse to text in shorthand.


I wear wrist supports when I write.


I own tap shoes.


If I had to give up either coffee or wine, I’d probably choose DEATH.


I’m a sucker for snappy romantic comedies starring Meg Ryan.

The Giveaway

This tour comes with a seriously awesome giveaway…

3 Winners will each get a signed, finished copy of GET EVEN and a booklet of bonus material from book two in the Don’t Get Mad series, GET DIRTY. It includes the first chapters of GET DIRTY!

  • Must be 13 or older to enter
  • Ships to US addresses only

Just enter in the Rafflecopter below…

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The Tour Schedule

Sept. 3rd – I Am A Reader – Tens List
Sept. 4th – Me, My Shelf and I – Review
Sept. 5th – Fiktshun – 10 Random Things
Sept. 6th – Such A Novel Idea – Review
Sept. 7th – Swoony Boys Podcast – Author Interview
Sept. 8th – Fictitious Delicious – Review
Sept. 9th – Ex Libris – A Day in the Life of Gretchen McNeil
Sept. 10th – Wholly Books – Review
Sept. 11th – Fiction Fare – Review
Sept. 12th – Jean Book Nerd – Tens List
Sept. 13th – Books Over Boys – This or That
Sept. 14th – Step Into Fiction – Review
Sept. 15th – Once Upon A Twilight – Review
Sept. 16th – Scott Reads It – Review + Dream Cast

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